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Discussion in 'Moto Club' started by fnfalman, Apr 7, 2007.
Bad Brad is the man. Thanks Good Luck and Ride Safe
And the turtleneck pullover is so practical to keep his neck warm...
Oh ****, that reminds me...I have to go get some wax and polish.
I once passed a group of harley riders just after the state required helmet use.
The lead rider was wearing a sauce pan, with the handle still on it, and a chin strap to keep it on. The handle was off to the side.
I steamed up my face shield from laughing so hard.
Brad should have gotten one of those!
Gotta mention this too-
Just before Florida did away with their helmet law, my brother in law, myself and several other riders were in Daytona for bike week.
My b.i.l. insisted we go to the Cabbage Patch.
When we got there we locked our helmets on our bikes. My b.i.l. had a new ducati at the time.
When we returned to our bikes to ride back to town, my b.i.l could not get his seat unlocked. that meant he couldn't get his Arai full coverage helmet unlocked.
since the law required helmets, he went back in to the cabbage patch and bought one of those $10 brain buckets.
We rode back to daytona with me in tears from laughing so hard.
That high zoot sport bike and that stupid lid he was wearing.
Bad Brad and his ride for dating video
Bad Brad saying sayonara to his "identity".
http://uncutvideo.aol.com/search/re...002ea955784052374f?value=bad boy brad&index=2
It was an advertising gimmick: http://anythinggoesdeal.com
My brother was working on a guys Honda Helix 250 and he had to ride it back to the guy half way across town. I followed him in my car to give him a ride back. But here he was on the highway with a Honda Helix 250 with his then brand new Arai Edwards rep RX7-RR helmet and his buddy on a 929. It almost looked like Homer Simpson's motorcycle gang.